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Afternoon Brief, May 22

Interview with John Hinman: Pending ABC Emergency Order Puts Alcohol License Holders at Risk: "They will be able to shut down a licensee after a hearing on a five days notice," says John Hinman, founding partner of Hinman & Carmichael, LLP. of the The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Controls (ABC) new proposed Emergency Order, and calls it an unnecessary violation of due process...

Drizly Launches On-Demand Delivery in Chattanooga Ahead of Memorial Day Weekend

Leading alcohol e-commerce marketplace offers adult beverage delivery in under 60 minutes to more than 180,000 customers of legal drinking age BOSTON, MA. (May 21,...

Afternoon Brief, May 14

Oregon Wineries Begin Reopening, Kicking Off with Those in 28 of 36 Counties: After having closed tasting rooms for almost two months to on-premise wine tastings and consumption, on May 7th, Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced the plans for the Phase One reopening of Oregon wineries and tasting rooms...

Drizly Group Expands Leadership Team with Executive Hires at Operating Companies,...

Cathy Lewenberg, Meredith Mahoney and Deborah Poole bring deep rooted digital brand and e-commerce experience; beverage alcohol legislative expert Jaci Flug elevated to General...

Afternoon Brief, April 17

US Wine Losses from COVID-19 Could Reach $5.94 Billion: Revenue losses for the nation’s more than 10,000 wineries and more than 8,000 winegrape growers due to COVID-19 could reach $5.94 billion on an annualized basis in 2020, according to a new analysis by wine industry expert Jon Moramarco, managing partner of bw166 and editor of the Gomberg-Fredrikson Report...

Afternoon Brief, April 13

As Wine Sales Boom, Distribution Channels Scramble to Keep Pace: The novel coronavirus pandemic has boosted retail wine and spirits sales dramatically, but it’s a bittersweet benefit for the companies that get those wines to market...

Afternoon Brief, April 9

Will COVID-19 Change Online Wine Forever?: Rabobank beverage analyst Bourcard Nesin argues that the impact of the pandemic on buying habits will be a lasting one...

Afternoon Brief, April 6

COVID-19’s Impact on Beverage Alcohol M&A Activity: Now, several weeks into COVID-19s appearance and rapid spread in the U.S., the virus's impact on the beverage alcohol industry and related merger and acquisition activity is starting to come into focus...

Afternoon Brief, March 30

U.S. Wineries Estimated March Loss More Than $400 Million: A survey conducted by the Wine America trade group found about 10% of U.S. wineries have collectively lost about $40.4 million so far in March - and extrapolated those numbers to assume the entire sector lost more than $400 million this month as a result of the coronavirus pandemic...

Drizly and Bevmo! Bring On-Demand Home Alcohol Delivery to 3 Million...

Alcohol industry leaders expand partnership to deliver beer, wine and spirits in six new California markets BOSTON, MA (Mar. 30, 2020) – Drizly, the nation’s first...

Corona Pandemic Boosts Alcohol Deliveries

Wineries, bars, and restaurants are closed across the world and people are staying home, but they still want their favorite drinks, and to get them, they are increasingly turning to delivery services ...

Afternoon Brief, January 13

There were over sixty-five judges, representing various North American wine regions, evaluating nearly 6,700 wines from over 1,000 wineries for the 2020 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition ...

2020 Will Bring an Explosion in Non-Traditional Packaging

Liz Paquette, Director of Brand and Head of Consumer Insights at Drizly predicts that 2020 is going to bring an explosion of non-traditional packaging variants, with a particular focus on the Ready to Drink (RTD) segment ...

Drizly Expands Partnership with BevMo! in Northern California, Adds 10 Stores...

Expansion brings on-demand beer, wine and spirits with under 60-minute delivery to over 1 million Sacramento and Lake Tahoe residents BOSTON, Nov. 25, 2019 --...

Afternoon Brief, November 22

In Napa Valley, Winemakers Fight Climate Change on All Fronts: Every wine region has had to deal with some manifestation of climate change, but few have had to deal with as many devastating consequences as Napa Valley. On Labor Day 2017, as the weeks-long harvest was getting underway, the temperature reached 43 deg C here in the heart of cabernet sauvignon country ...